There is no man of greater weight in his profession

PART OF:
Five "Vanity Fair" cartoon portraits of physicians. By "Spy"
Made:
1870 in London
maker:
Carlo Pellegrini
There is no man of greater weight in his profession There is no man of greater weight in his profession There is no man of greater weight in his profession (print; portrait) There is no man of greater weight in his profession (print; portrait)

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There is no man of greater weight in his profession
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There is no man of greater weight in his profession
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portrait. chromolithograph. [Sir William Fergusson] "There is no man of greater weight in his profession" (Men of the Day, No. 17) by Ape, Vanity Fair. 31.2x18.6cm image with descriptive sheet.

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Category:
Art
Object Number:
1980-519 Pt5
type:
print and portrait
credit:
Wellcome Trust